Colonization | Revolution | Constitution | Early Republic | Age of Jackson | Westward Expansion | Sectionalism | Civil War | Reconstruction

Colonization

  1.  Exploration
    1. The Big 3
    2. Columbian Exchange
  2. Jamestown
    1. Plantations & Indentured Servitude
    2. Introduction of Slavery
    3. House of Burgesses
  3. Plymouth
    1. Mayflower Compact
    2. Puritans vs. Pilgrims
  4. 13 Colonies
    1. New England Colonies
      1. Massachusetts
      2. New Hampshire
      3. Rhode Island
      4. Connecticut
    2. Middle Colonies
      1. Pennsylvania
      2. Delaware
      3. New York
      4. New Jersey
    3. Southern Colonies
      1. Virginia
      2. Maryland
      3. North Carolina
      4. South Carolina
      5. Georgia
  5. 17th Century Economics
    1. Mercantilism
    2. Rise of Free Enterprise
    3. Golden Age of Piracy
  6. The Great Awakening

 

Revolution

 

  1. French and Indian War
    1. Pontiac’s Rebellion
  2. Causes for Revolution (Summary)
    1. Proclamations of 1763
    2. Sugar Act
    3. Stamp Act
    4. Declaratory Act
    5. Quartering Acts (Mutiny Acts)
    6. Townshend Act
    7. Boston Massacre
    8. Tea Act
    9. Boston Tea Party
    10. Intolerable Acts | Coercive Acts
  3. 1st Continental Congress
  4. Battles of Lexington & Concord
  5. Battle of Bunker Hill
  6. 2nd Continental Congress
    1. Olive Branch Petition
  7. Declaration of Independence
  8. Articles of Confederation
  9. Battle of Saratoga
  10. Valley Forge
  11. Battle of Yorktown
  12. Treaty of Paris

Constitution

 

  1. Northwest Ordinance 1785
  2. Northwest Ordinance 1787
  3. Shay’s Rebellion
  4. Summer of 1787
  5. Bill of Rights

 

Early Republic

 

  1. Washington’s Election
    1. Political Views
    2. Precedents
    3. The Whiskey Rebellion
    4. Washington’s Farewell
  2. John Adams Election
    1. XYZ Affair
    2. Alien & Sedition Act
  3. Revolution of 1800
  4. Jefferson’s Election
    1. Louisiana Purchase
    2. Embargo of 1807
  5. The War of 1812
  6. Era of Good Feelings
  7. The Monroe Doctrine

 

Age of Jackson

 

  1. Election of 1824
  2. Jackson’s Election
  3. The Trail of Tears
  4. Westward Expansion
  5. Industrial Revolution
  6. Immigration
  7. Abolitionists
  8. Division
  9. The Civil War
  10. The Battle of Antietam
  11. Gettysburg Address
  12. The Battle of Vicksburg
  13. Appomattox Courthouse
  14. Reconstruction